Pathway Information

  • Total Credits | 67.5
  • Pathway Result | Associate in Applied Science
  • Special Notes |
    • All courses in a semester must be passed with a minimum grade of “C” to progress to the next semester.
    • BIO 138 (or BIO 141 & BIO 142 each) must be passed with a minimum grade of “B-“.
    • Anatomy and Physiology courses must be completed within five (5) years prior to the student's program admission date.
    • Prerequisites for this program may only be repeated once.

Pathway Course Sequence

Semester 1 | 8 Credits

  • ALH.100 Medical Terminology (2 Credits) ^
  • ENG.111 Freshman English Composition (3 Credits) ^
  • MAT.104 Basic Algebra (3 Credits) ^

Semester 2 | 15 Credits

  • BIO.138 Human Anatomy and Physiology (6 Credits) ^
  • COM.101 Fundamentals of Communication (3 Credits) ^
  • PSY.101 Introduction to General Psychology (3 Credits) ^
  • SSC.200 The Social Sciences & Contemporary America (3 Credits) ^

Semester 3 | 6 Credits

  • RAD.100 Introduction to Radiologic Technology (3 Credits) ^
  • RAD.110 Radiation Physics (2 Credits) ^
  • RAD.113 Radiation Biology (1 Credit) ^

Semester 4 | 8 Credits

  • RAD.115 Principles of Radiographic Exposure (3 Credits) ^
  • RAD.130 Radiographic Procedures I (4 Credits) ^
  • RAD.213 Radiation Protection (1 Credit) ^

Semester 5 | 9 Credits

  • RAD.175 Radiographic Procedures II (3 Credits) ^
  • RAD.180 Clinical Education I (6 Credits) ^

Semester 6 | 12 Credits

  • RAD.201 Clinical Issues in Radiography I (2 Credits) ^
  • RAD.205 Clinical Education II (7 Credits) ^
  • RAD.211 Sectional Anatomy (1 Credit) ^
  • RAD.217 Advancements in Imaging (2 Credits) ^

Semester 7 | 9.5 Credits

  • RAD.221 Clinical Issues in Radiography II (2 Credits) ^
  • RAD.250 Clinical Education III (7.5 Credits) ^

Additional Pathway Information

What's a pathway?

A pathway is a course sequence designed to help you explore interests and complete program of study requirements efficiently and affordably. You can explore more about specific courses in Self-Service.

Can I customize a pathway?

Pathways can be customized to meet your specific needs. Courses designated by a '^' are required and cannot be changed.

How do I create my pathway?

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